Big points are up for grabs in Rhyl and District Sunday League this weekend

How will the Royal Oak (blue) perform this weekend? Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Big points are at stake in the Rhyl and District Sunday Football League this weekend.

And important points have also been deducted following a league meeting held in the past week.

For various transgressions, both Millbank and Six Bells have had three points taken off their totals, while nine have been knocked off for The Alex.



Bar Bow v Royal Oak

Title-chasing Oak will be out for revenge having lost 4-2 to Bow on the opening day of the league campaign.

Bow were 7-1 winners in their last outing against Rhyl Wanderers, while Mark Dudley’s Oak outfit claimed a huge 6-2 victory at Millbank.

FC Mally v Y Clwb

Llandudno Junction takes on Glan Conwy in what could turn out to be the match of the day.

Y Clwb need a result at Maes Derw following last weekend’s disappointing 4-2 defeat at Rhyl Wanderers.

Mally, who have just added Conor Davies to their already considerable strike force, cannot afford many slip-ups if they are to feature in the title race.

Rhyl Wanderers v Conwy Comrades

Although next-to-bottom, Rhyl Wanderers proved they cannot be taken lightly last weekend when they beat high-flyers Y Clwb 4-2.

Harrison Bellis, a hat-trick hero in that match, will be a danger man again for the Wanderers.

Top-of-the-table Comrades have won four in a row in league and cup since the turn of the year, scoring 22 goals in the process.

Their main goals source, Jamie Haggas, has netted nine in his last four games and has his eye on the league’s unofficial golden boot.

Millbank v The Alex

Despite their points deduction Millbank are still in a good position and could finish the day top if they win and other results go their way.

The Mill bounced back from their recent 6-2 home hammering at the hands of Royal Oak with a fine 2-0 success over Six Bells last weekend.

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